Hello Heiko, Hello Matz
I'm very happy to hear you :)
This is a great notice, that little and rare plant now has a more correct name. I have great gratification.
I think that N. parviflora is a medium-great specie with large leaves (I don't find good images).
Plant produces a long peduncle...
I'm Massimo Iannella,
excuse me for my english :)
I grow N. sp. 'Lymnocharus' from any years. I would like do a important contribution for identification this rare specie. Below less Kelvin (about 3000K) I got the blooming. For moment these images could be unique on the world.
today i published on my site an important article "Kokedama - Aquarium preparation"
link: http://www.rareaquaticplants.com/index. ... Itemid=188
Thank you for interest.
this is my plant?
I have R. macrandra 'type II' (that i sended you, round leaves form) in two form, one with curling leaf (i have few stems) and one with round and very colorful leaves: it growing from normal species, the plants has genetic variability caused from hybrid/cultivar...
thanks for interesting :):) Giovanni Bubici is very good tranlsator and great expert, he is a agronomist.
i don't see flower or inflorescence still, it's will be important for correct classification, i hope...
The leaves are rigid in first lenght (10cm about) and very fluctuant...
today i published important article in english "Eriocaulon sp. 'Japan Needle Leaf' aka Eriocaulon sp. 'from Japan'"
http://www.rareaquaticplants.com/index. ... 45:article
A lot of thanks to Giovanni Bubici for translate.